By Clair Jacques. Bathroom Design. Published at Monday, March 26th, 2018 - 13:22:55 PM.
Plan ahead to make the most of every nook and cranny. False walls are the key in this bathroom. The cistern and unsightly pipework have been boxed in behind the loo with the space above it being used for a handy storage cabinet. One side has a door, the other glass shelves. A similar false wall has also been created behind the bath to include recessed shelves – a stylish, yet practical, feature that includes coloured accent tiles.
Introduce shelving where ever you can in a bathroom. The twin washstands shown here incorporate a lower glass shelf for towel storage, while floating wall shelves between basin and mantel mirror provide handy perches for toiletries. A lovely scheme made gorgeous.
Evoke wonderful memories of summers spent in beach huts with a stunning photo of a seaside landscape positioned above the bath. Find a favourite picture and have it made into a large-scale print, flyposter or wall decal. Make sure that you seal it with varnish to ensure that it is watertight. Scour salvage yards for reclaimed wood to use as panels on your bath, walls and floor. Don’t be discouraged when sourcing salvaged wood even when damaged, wood can often be restored to its former glory. Any dents and scratches become part of the patina of age.
Mosaic tiles will add interest to any bathroom, whether made up of different shades or one block colour. Try iridescent designs their shimmering nature will add a sense of luxury to a one-shade bathroom colour scheme. Use behind a basin with a mirror and lighting to create a focal point.
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